Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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Smith & Wesson Introduces the World’s Lightest .357 Magnum Carry Gun

by David Crane [email protected] Smith & Wesson has just come out with a high-tech lightweight, five-shot .357/.38 Special +p revolver that’s actually light enough to be carried comfortably inside the pocket of a pair of cargo pants(you need pockets large enough, of course). Now, I realize that "high-tech" and "revolver", don’t usually go together well in a sentence, but bear ... Read More »

Ultimax 100 LMG Now Being Marketed in the U.S. by Class III Supply.

Class III Supply, out of Hermitage, PA, is now marketing what is definitely the lightest, and probably the best 5.56/.223 light machine gun in the world, currently in production. Designed by the great Jim Sullivan(who is still alive, by the way), and manufactured by ST Kinetics out of Singapore, the Ultimax 100 5.56 LMG is gas operated and uses the ... Read More »

Meet FN’s New Pistols. Poppa’s Got a Brand New Bag.

FN has a bunch of new pistols on the table. Perhaps most importantly, they’ve just re-introduced the classic Hi-Power Pistol in Mk III configuration. This, of course, used to be known as the Browning Hi-Power Mk III, but Browning’s name will no longer be on the gun. Now, it’s called the FN HP-SA. FN is apparently working with members of ... Read More »

Beretta Billenium Pistol on the Way.

For all those Beretta fans out there, Beretta will be releasing their Billenium limited edition very soon. Limited to no more than 2,000 units worldwide, the pistol will be a single action 9mm(w/sweep-down frame-mounted safety) and of all steel construction, with a skeletonized hammer and checkered front and back strap. It will also feature a nickel alloy surface, carbon fiber ... Read More »

Press Update on FN Herstal’s F2000 assault rifle.

Global Defense Review, a high quality defense industry print publication, has an informative article on FN’s brand new F2000 assault rifle. It’s worth taking a look at. DefRev’s editor-in-chief, yours truly, cannot WAIT to take this new ultra-modern weapon out for a test drive. Let’s just hope it performs as well as it looks! Click here to read Global Defence ... Read More »

FN P90 PDW at TREXPO East

by David Crane [email protected] The highlight for me at FN’s booth was getting to handle the P90 PDW (Personal Defense Weapon) and FiveseveN Pistol. Please notice that I did not say “submachinegun”, when speaking of the P90. That’s because the FN P90 PDW fires a proprietary 5.7x28mm projectile that is really closer to a small rifle round, than a pistol ... Read More »

ITT Night Vision: TREXPO East

I must admit that I mention ITT solely on the basis that I was simply blown away by the technology during a demonstration inside their their demonstration trailer(at TREXPO East), rather than their products being anything “new”. The only really new thing about ITT’s products is their most advanced intensifier tube, called “The Pinnacle”, that now goes beyond Gen III+. ... Read More »

ST Kinetics SAR-21 at TREXPO East

Class III Supply, out of Hermitage, PA, is the exclusive importer of the ST Kinetics SAR-21 rifle from Singapore. The SAR-21 is a brand new state of the art bullpup assault rifle in 5.56mm, that will be going head to head with the Israeli TAR-21(Tavor) bullpup rifle, and all other modern 5.56 assault rifles on the world market. Judging by ... Read More »

EOTech Electro-Optics Technologies at TREXPO East

The EOTech “HOLOgraphic Diffraction Sight” (HDS) is beyond a doubt the highest-speed, lowest-drag optical sight for tactical shoulder weapons that is currently available. Utilizing the same technology as the Heads-Up Display (HUD) in modern fighter jets, the HDS projects a red holographic circular reticle with center dot directly onto the target. This is very different from standard red dot and ... Read More »

Guntek at TREXPO East

Tom Kivlehan used to be the chief armorer for the Marine Corp’s MEU SOC unit. In fact, Tom was in charge of building the Marine Corps’ famous MEU SOC 1911 .45’s, as well as all their sniper rifles. Since leaving the Corps several years ago, Tom has started his own company in Stafford Virginia, called Guntek, and now uses his ... Read More »